Hydrogen fuel cell generators to be developed with UK Government funding

The UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded funding to a project to develop hydrogen fuel cell generators, in an effort to replace diesel generators in the construction sector.

Bramble Energy revealed today (June 13) that it had received the funding as part of the BEIS’ £40m ($48.7m) Red Diesel Replacement competition, to support the development and demonstration of low carbon fuel and system alternatives to red diesel.

Over the course of the so-called Gen-ZE project the company is set to work with UK construction firms, who will add input to design requirements and act as early adopters to trial the technology.

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